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to a factory worker and a bank clerk, elizabeth marysol mitchell grew up in the working class part of pits field mama. young liz walked to school through these woods just like her father mark once did >> i made you guys suck it up. reporter: was that a large part of elizabeth's childhood cd sicking it up? >> i don't know. reporter: an important lesson she was busy falling out of trees >> reporter: and busy working like at the white horse inn where she was a chamber maid. >> very grounding to think about what you pulled out of the toilet in the bathrooms of this place. >> reporter: what did you dream you were going to be? >> i just dreamed i wasn't going to live here. >> reporter: really? i just dreamed i would have money >> reporter: she might have been a pro athlete until she shattered her leg in a school softball game. before that accident what did you think elizabeth was going to be? >> she could have been anything really. but i think that she would have been a much better ball player >> very important to dad me reporter: after college elizabeth mitchell hit the audition circuit to avoi
out. to give us the lowdown on the next episode, stars giancarlo esposito and elizabeth mitchell join us from north carolina. always like to watch the show's premier? -- what was it like to watch the show's premier? >> exciting to watch the show kick off, especially one like this. very satisfying for me to see. i love billy burke, i think he is a hero. but i was also impressed by the wonderful performance of tracy spiridakos. the key to our show. >> she is the heart. she is standing on the inside. >> fantastic actor. giancarlo, you have been part of some degree productions -- "breaking bad" most recently. but i remember you from way back when in "do the right thing." >> i just saw that! >> how is your character on this show different? >> my history, i love movies, tv, but while less, sergio leone movies. be riding a horse in this and have a background as a former insurance adjuster is to add spice to it, and to be in a show that has the ability to go back into flashbacks -- to see all of our backgrounds, it has me even more excited. it is a show with everything in it. science, real ch
came early. born to a factory worker and a bank clerk, elizabeth marysol mitchell grew up in the working class part of pits field mama. young liz walked to school through these woods just like her father mark once did >> i made you guys suck it up. reporter: was that a large part of elizabeth's childhood cd sicking it up? >> i don't know. reporter: an important lesson she was busy falling out of trees >> reporter: and busy working like at the white horse inn where she was a chamber maid. >> very grounding to think about what you pulled out of the toilet in the bathrooms of this place. >> reporter: what did you dream you were going to be? >> i just dreamed i wasn't going to live here. >> reporter: really? i just dreamed i would have money >> reporter: she might have been a pro athlete until she shattered her leg in a school softball game. before that accident what did you think elizabeth was going to be? >> she could have been anything really. but i think that she would have been a much better ball player >> very important to dad me reporter: after college elizabeth mitchel
, an historic handshake between queen elizabeth and former i.r.a. chief martin macinnis, now a top official in northern ireland. it happened in large part because just 14 years ago george mitchell brokered a peace deal between catholics afternoon protestants in northern ireland. after years of violence and strife. >> i realize how historical it was. >> reporter: you did? yes. i felt it. everyone was aware of the historical significance of what we were doing. >> reporter: growing up here in maine, mitchell never expected to become an actor on the world stage. >> this is so far beyond any dreams i might have had. i think about my parents, how it would have been completely beyond their scope of imagination. >> reporter: but his life is a testament to the american dream. his dad was an eye-american janitor, his mom a lebanese immigrant who couldn't read or write. >> she was a weaver in a textile mill. she worked the night shift. i still can't figure out how she did it. she had five children. including she and my father, there were seven people in our house. we had one tiny bathroom. >> reporter
within we need them and that's the difference in the election and i believe strongly that elizabeth will do well in massachusetts in november. >> senator patty murray, thank you very much. thanks for being with us today. >>> and developing now, on "andrea mitchell reports," we are watching the united nations where israel's prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, has just arrived. he's expected to address the general assembly minutes from now. stay with us for live coverage. [ male announcer ] the perfect photo... [ man ] nice! [ male announcer ] isn't always the one you plan to take. whoa, check it out. hey baby goat... no that's not yours... [ hikers whispering ] ...that's not yours. [ goat bleats ] na, na, na -- no! [ male announcer ] now you can take a photo right from video, so you'll never miss the perfect shot. [ hikers laughing, commenting ] at&t introduces the htc one x. now $99.99. rethink possible. the economy needs manufacturing. machines, tools, people making stuff. companies have to invest in making things. infrastructure, construction, production. we need it now more than
back benchers in the chamber. again, george mitchell would have been up there and would have been very dignified about it. >> key phrase, senate majority leader. he was saying that to keep his job as majority leader, hoping that elizabeth warren beats scott brown in massachusetts. >> there's a way to do it with a little bit of dignity. >> no kidding. >> does everybody on both sides in the house and the senate, do they have to claw everybody else's eyes out and be snippy? it's unbecoming of the position of senate majority leader. >> i think that's unbecoming of a senator. if i was watching that clip between brown and warren, to me brown is tone deaf. americans don't want to hear oh, you checked the box this way. you've shook people down. >> that would be like bringing up paul ryan's marathon time. it's silly. >> is that all you got? i looked at that clip -- that's not the way to play right now. >> i don't know. i don't know. >> it was his to use, but -- >> it's amazing it's that close. seriously, president obama's going to beat mitt romney in massachusetts by 30 points. >> yeah. >> and
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